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across utah got a lot of attention this week, which was exactly what the department of transpta tongue in cheek road signs in utah got a lot of attention this week. signs wrote get your head out of your apps. some say it is tasteless and offensive and others say it's a way to get attention. >> very creative. >> there's a point to that story. >> have a great wednesday morning. >> bye-bye. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- daniel radcliffe.
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animal expert, chris packham. musical guest, ellie goulding. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 364 kentucky, whoo! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is exactly how you do it. that's an audience right there. please, have a seat. [ cheers and applause ] that's how you do it. take notes from this audience. we have the perfect audience here tonight at "the tonight show." welcome, everybody. you're here. [ cheers and applause ]
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and thank you for being here. we're in this together. welcome to the show. sit back, relax, enjoy yourselves. here's what everyone is talking about. of course, the fourth republican presidential debate was tonight. yeah, a lot of fans. [ light laughter ] yeah. and if you've watched all four, you do know what netflix is, right? i mean, you could tell the difference. that's right, tonight was the fourth republican presidential debate. and before the debate, moderator neil cavuto compared the last debate to access hollywood. i don't think that's a fair comparison, because even access hollywood has a bush who wants to be there. [ applause ] you know, i mean, my man, billy. billy bush, my man. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: meanwhile, ben carson recently went on facebook to offer proof that the events he talked about in his life really happened. [ light laughter ] which is ironic, because people usually go on facebook to delete proof that events in their life happened. [ laughter ] like, please take me off that
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party. [ applause ] margarita fridays. and i read that ben carson owns a mansion in maryland where he has a bible quote engraved on his wall with the word "proverbs" spelled wrong. [ laughter ] this is real. look at this. see that? poverbs. [ laughter ] poverbs. engraved in his wall. >> steve: engraved. >> jimmy: yeah, in his mantion, yeah. >> steve: that's not good. >> jimmy: carson said it's just a typo and it shouldn't affect his chances of being persident. >> steve: yeah. ah, don't worry about it. he can be persident, and like -- [ laughter and applause ] bummer. that's a bummer >> steve: come on, poverbs. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a bummer. yup, poverbs. in a recent interview, donald trump said that his strategy to fight isis is to take oil away from the region. actually, his exact quote was, "i'm looking to take the oil. i want to take the oil. i want the oil." [ laughter ] yeah, that's the quote.
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that actually was only part of what he said. here's the entire quote. "i'm looking to take the oil, i want the oil, the oil is what i want to take. [ laughter ] me want take oil, oily oily take take. herr oiler von lookentake." which is? [ cheers and applause ] german? >> steve: german? trump! >> jimmy: i get the point, yeah. and did you see this yesterday? donald trump said that he's thinking about boycotting starbucks because merry christmas isn't printed on the red holiday cup. trump was like, "everything should have one of two things written on it, merry christmas or my name." [ applause ] and that's fair enough. i agree with him. even though, a local fox reporter also got in on the starbucks debate and wound up having his own problems with one of their cups. watch this. >> people outraged over this, the starbucks red holiday cups. you know what -- >> what ticks me off about this cup, adam, is there's nothing in it. oh geez! [ laughter and applause ]
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>> jimmy: who put coffee in the coffee cup? this is kind of interesting, here. i saw south korea is building a a giant monument to the song "gangnam style," which will feature two giant overlapping wrists, a signature move of the "gangnam style" dance. >> hey, jimmy. sorry to interrupt, but you're about to do it, right? >> jimmy: about to do what? >> about to do what? come on, you know what. "gangnam style." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, i'm not going to do the "gangnam style" dance. >> oh come on. why else would you even mention it? you can't set the table and not serve dinner. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry to burst your bubble here, but i was just going to tell a joke about that story, that's all. >> you know what would be a a joke? if you didn't do "gangnam style." now go on, jimmy. do the dance. america is waiting, aren't we, america? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, no.
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stop it. [ cheers ] i'm not going to do this. stop it. no. i'm not -- i'm not going to do the dance. >> hey, jimmy. it's me, another audience member. i command you to do the "gangnam style" dance. >> jimmy: you can't command me to do anything. >> that's a good point. i'm sorry. >> jimmy: good. [ light laughter ] >> you will do that dance. >> jimmy: excuse me. >> you will do that dance. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: daniel radcliffe. >> yeah, now listen to me, james fallon. i didn't swim here all the way from england to watch you not do the "gangly style" dance, okay? [ laughter ] hit the music, fred zeller. ♪ ♪ [ cheers ]
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>> jimmyokay, okay. that's it, thank you. there. [ cheers ] there! are you happy? >> it wasn't as good as i imagined it would be. [ laughter ] oh, well. godspeed, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, just kidding. >> steve: did he just sigh? >> jimmy: easter egg, yeah. guys, i don't know if this is such a good idea, but maybe it is the best idea. pizza hut just unveiled its new triple threat box. and this is a box with three drawers that holds pizza, bread sticks and a big chocolate chip cookie. [ light laughter ] or as chris christie calls that, a wallet. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: and why would you call it a -- >> steve: why would he? why would he? >> jimmy: why, why would you -- >> steve: have a wallet.
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>> jimmy: yeah, but if that, then why? >> steve: why? who has a chocolate chip in his drawers? >> jimmy: i don't know. [ light laughter ] and finally, a county in colorado just voted to put taxes from selling marijuana towards supporting college scholarships. [ cheers and applause ] and you can tell it's a weed scholarship because it actually pays for 11 years of college. [ laughter ] there you go. we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! oh! that's all you need, right there, right?
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then just drop the bass, man. that is the split, oh, my gosh. that is four-time grammy award winning bassist christian mcbride playing with the roots. [ cheers and applause ] oh, that's great. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you can pick up his new album "village vanguard" right now. thanks for being here, buddy, i appreciate it. >> my honor. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. oh please, we're so psyched to have you. [ applause ] it's a fun show, hot already. thanks for being here, pal. we have a big week of shows ahead. james mcavoy and elizabeth banks will be here this week. [ applause ] elizabeth and i are going to play a game of catchphrase with a couple of special guests. and then later this week, sam smith, sarah silverman will be here. it's great, his new movie. [ cheers and applause ] and a tribe called quest will all be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] but first, we have a fun show tonight. it's a great one. this guy is a very talented actor from the new film "victor frankenstein," daniel radcliffe is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it's a new frankenstein movie.
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>> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: they're reinventing it. it's really good. daniel and i are going to talk about his movie and then i'm challenging him to a water war. [ cheers ] you'll see, yeah. then we have all the way from the u.k., animal expert chris packham is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] and he brought some great animals for us tonight. i'm afraid of animals, so this should be fun. then we have great music from my pal, oh, man, i'm the biggest fan. i think i'm her biggest fan. i love her. you know her new jam, "on my mind." ♪ why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind ♪ [ light laughter ] yeah. ♪ but my heart don't understand why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ why i got you on my mind ♪ >> jimmy: that's all it is. >> steve: that's it? >> jimmy: she's performing here. ellie goulding is here, everybody. >> steve: oh. [ cheers and applause ] goodness. goodness, gracious. >> jimmy: well, i'm upset. i'm upset. >> steve: why's that? >> jimmy: well, i was the
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stylist for ellie's new album. >> steve: i know, yeah. she hires people for album covers. >> jimmy: she hired me. yep, "delirium." >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: and i got everything. i got the fake fur coat. >> steve: love it. >> jimmy: i got the necklace. >> steve: love it. >> jimmy: i got the earrings. >> steve: love it. >> jimmy: i got the wind machine. >> steve: mm-hmm. >> jimmy: you know what i forgot? >> steve: what? >> jimmy: her top. [ laughter ] >> steve: are you serious? you forgot her shirt? >> jimmy: big deal, i said big deal. what's the big deal? is what i said. >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: they couldn't understand me. is she british or something? they couldn't understand my english. >> steve: your english accent, your american accent. >> jimmy: i go, what's the big deal? and they go, i can't believe this. [ light laughter ] the wind machine is going. you know how expensive it is. and i go, run out -- >> steve: those wind machines cost a lot of money. >> jimmy: it costs a lot of money. the wind's blowing. and here she is just there, and she pulls it off. >> steve: shirtless. >> jimmy: she doesn't even need a top. >> steve: doesn't even have a a blouse. >> jimmy: she pulls it off. there she is. >> steve: gorgeous. >> jimmy: yeah. i'm a little embarrassed, but
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the record is doing well. >> steve: oh good. thank god. despite that. >> jimmy: despite that. fantastic album. "delirium." ignore that. "delirium." [ applause ] ♪ cause i got you on my mind ♪ yeah. guys, time to take a look at the stories making headlines today. and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for pros and cons. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of the fourth republican debate. it was held earlier tonight in milwaukee. everyone wants to hear what donald trump's gonna say. everyone wants to hear what ben carson's gonna say. ben carson wants to hear what ben carson's gonna say. [ light laughter ] so, let's take a look at the pros and cons of the fourth republican debate. here we go. pro, donald trump has reclaimed his lead from ben carson. con, in other words, "orange is the new black." oh that's -- [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: hair color. >> jimmy: pro, fox business is the name of the channel airing the debate. con, business fox is the name of donald trump's hairdo. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: give me a business fox. business in the front, fox everywhere else. [ light laughter ]
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pro, ben carson has a detailed plan to help our nation's grain farmers. con, it's a pyramid scheme. [ laughter ] got to watch out for those. >> steve: watch out. he read that in poverbs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he should put out a a book, like, who did "sniglets?" >> steve: yeah, rich hall. >> jimmy: yeah, rich hall, and call them poverbs. >> steve: call them poverbs. >> jimmy: pro, one of the moderators was the wall street journal's maria bartiromo. con, as trump put it, "you had me at waaaal." [ light laughter ] pro, watching other republicans exploit ben carson's main weakness. con, saying things. yeah, he just -- [ light laughter ] just stop saying stuff, you'll be fine. >> steve: just smile. >> jimmy: pro, the debate will be streaming 24/7. con, so will bernie sanders if he forgets to take his flomax. [ light laughter ] >> steve: not even in the republican debate. >> jimmy: he has to take it,
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not my fault, yeah. >> steve: he's not even there. what is he, watching him at home? >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, of course, he's watching at home. >> steve: yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: he's running for president. >> steve: yeah, he's running for president. he's running to the bathroom. >> jimmy: he's also streaming 24/7. [ light laughter ] pro, huckabee sounds like he's ready for a battle with lindsey graham. con, huckabee also sounds like the dirtiest word lindsey graham has ever said. why you low down, no good for nothing, huckabee. [ light laughter ] >> steve: fist in a open hand. and finally, pro, there's still eight more to go. con, that's what chris christie says after finishing his first thanksgiving turkey. >> steve: hey what? >> jimmy: that's our pros and cons. we'll be right back with daniel radcliffe, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ before there could be a nation, there had to be people willing to fight for it, to take on the world's greatest challenges, whatever they might be.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our first guest plays the namesake character in the huge blockbuster movie franchise "harry potter." now he stars in a new film "victor frankenstein" which hits theaters wednesday, november 25th. just in time for the big
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thanksgiving holiday weekend. please welcome daniel radcliffe! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey! daniel radcliffe. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: i love you. >> jimmy: thank you, sir. thank you so much for coming back to the show. they love you. i love you. we love you. >> thank you for having me. people love you. >> i love being here. >> jimmy: you look good, you look sharp. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you got a new hairdo. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you got a new do. >> yeah. i just finished filming a movie called, "imperium." where i play a fbi agent who goes undercover with a bunch of nazis, to put it bluntly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> and yeah. so that's why i have a shaved head. yeah. >> jimmy: decided to just keep the look? >> you know what, if i had -- i'm reliably told by everyone who has done this that there's a stage of regrowth in between getting back to normal hair, where you kinda just look like
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a tooth brush, to use my friend's words. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, i feel like i'm on a a press tour at the moment. i don't really want to treat you all to that, so i've just kept shaving it. >> jimmy: yeah. but it looks good. >> thank you. yeah, i was quite relieved because i shaved it on camera for the film. i never shaved my head before. so i was like, i don't know what's under there. >> jimmy: that's risky. [ laughter ] there might be a giant lump or something, yeah. >> it might be a lump or a a birth mark or something, i don't know, something unexpected. >> jimmy: like a tattoo, maybe. [ laughter ] >> no. no, when did i get it? >> jimmy: there might be like a a lobster on the top of your head. and you're like, how drunk was i? >> how did i do that? >> jimmy: yeah. >> but, yeah, so i, so no, it all turned out fine, which i was relieved. well, my one other, like, brush with shaving my head, which wasn't really like, i didn't do it intentionally. i was 12. and it was before the premiere of i think the second "harry potter" film, and i just like started getting my first bad teenage mustache, one hair four inches apart. [ light laughter ] and someone gave me a razor. so i was just like, oh, i'll do that. and i was like, oh, i'll do the sides of my head as well. >> jimmy: like the sideburns? >> yeah, like the sideburns.
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so i just like went up a bit there. i was like, oh, that's a bit not even. now i'll do that bit now. i was like, i just kept going. until i got up to about there. [ laughter ] and like the skin underneath is like gray. like as you can see, it's a a different shade of head. >> jimmy: yes. yeah. it has hair coming out of it, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: of course. >> and so i was trying to, like, oh, i have to shave my head before a premiere. this isn't good. and then fortunately, the hair and makeup girls managed to brush all of my hair sort of forward. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: actually we have a a photo of you at the premiere. >> yeah. so like right under there. [ laughter ] was my like 12-year-old neo-nazi scalp. >> jimmy: oh, i like a baby oasis cover band. [ laughter ] that's what i mean. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's very, very nice scalp. that's very cute. now, as someone in the uk now living in america, are you following our presidential election at all? >> yeah, of course, because it's incredibly entertaining. [ laughter ] and i don't have like a, you know, it's not, i don't have a a dog in the fight, so i can sit back and watch. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it is, like, american politics --
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>> jimmy: what do you think of donald trump? >> i mean, he reminds me a lot of the mayor of london, actually. he's a guy called boris johnson. who similarly, like, has the habit of saying and doing things that would end most politician's careers but like says them with just enough kind of bluster and a certain type of, you know, maybe not to you, but to some people, god knows. and you know he kinda gets away with it. and he sort of was one of those people who that was just sort of charming and a bit stupid and silly on television, would always say like, silly stuff. and we were all like, he's not going to get elected. and he did. so just like, watch out. [ laughter ] like, it's funny now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. when it actually happens, yeah. have you ever met donald trump? >> i did. when i was, actually my first time, i think my first in new york, my first time. i was going on the "today show" in the morning and i was really nervous, i was like 10 or 11. i was backstage, and somebody ushered me up to meet him, or him to meet me probably. i'm sure he didn't care. [ light laughter ] and then i was like ushered towards him and said, "hey, donald trump, this is the kid who's playing harry potter."
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and we met. he said, "how are you doing?" i was like, "i'm a bit nervous." you know? "i've never been on tv before and i don't know what i'm going to talk about." and he said in just the most like, still to this day like i wish for this kind of confidence. like he just turned to me and went, "you just tell them you met mr. trump." [ laughter ] great, yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: only he could do that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's a good story. tell them you met donald trump. >> just tell them about what's happening right. this will be great. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's very right. yeah, that's good. >> i think i probably did. >> jimmy: yeah i was gonna say did you take his advice? >> i probably did. i was like, i had nothing else. i was 10. >> jimmy: yeah. what else do you talk about? exactly. you had no experience. yeah, exactly. >> i like your donald trump impression so much, by the way. >> jimmy: oh, thank you. >> i was wetting myself backstage practically. it's so good. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't have to do that. yeah. you never know what impression you're going to need or use, but it just kind of happens. we do a daily show every night. it's like, "can you do donald trump?" i'm like, "sure, i can try."
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[ laughter ] you know? i don't know, it's like i don't know, why not? compliment right back to you. congrats on the new film. >> thank you. >> jimmy: "victor frankenstein." i love frankenstein. it's almost like a reinvention of this character, frankenstein. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you play igor though. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're not -- so it's -- and james mcavoy plays dr. frankenstein. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so basically, he's trying to create and you're helping him, life from death. >> yeah, absolutely. >> jimmy: some good effects, too. >> really some cool effects. and a lot of practical effects. >> jimmy: gory and weird. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> some really weird. >> jimmy: does "fangoria" magazine still exist? >> yeah. >> jimmy: it does? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: oh that's cool. that was a great magazine. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: when i was a kid in high school, i used to read that and go, ew. >> i'm interviewed by them regularly. do you really? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that magazine's freak out. >> i ho things. >> yeah, absolu and we create a monster at point. c a deer. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a lot o >> jimmy: yeah fantastic we have a clip. here's daniel radcli trying to talk some sense into victor frankenstein. take a look at this.
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>> victor. >> igor? i'm so glad you've come. >> victor. he said he's going to try to have me killed. i believe he intends to kill you too when you've outlived your usefulness and given him what he wants. now, we can still get out of this, victor, but you must stop this experiment. >> barnaby has sent you here. >> don't be ridiculous. >> yes. >> he'll stop at nothing and you don't know what he's capable . >> i don't care. >> what? >> finnegan's motives mean nothing to me. i will turn the tide of human existence here tonight. then this world, which has spurned me, will forever remember my name. >> no, if you do what he asks, no one will remember frankenstein the man, only the monster. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa! [ cheers and applause ] daniel radcliffe, everybody. "victor frankenstein" opens wednesday, november 25th. when we come back, daniel and i are going to take each other on in a game of "water war." you don't want to miss it. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. welcome back. i'm here with daniel radcliffe right now. he has a new film coming out november 25th, called "victor frankenstein." but now we're going to have a a little war right now. >> yeah >> jimmy: this is a a water war. now, we're playing the card game war, but if you lose a a hand, you get a pint of water in the face. people can play this at home. they have. it's a very fun game for the family together around thanksgiving time. you could play it outdoors or indoors. we don't care. i don't make the rules up. you make your own house rules. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we get five glasses of water. the first to throw all five glasses of ice cold water on their opponent wins and gets to water cannon the loser. that's right. [ cheers and applause ] lots of ways to get wet. only one way to win. daniel, are you ready? >> yeah.
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>> jimmy: cool. >> it's just lowest card loses, isn't it? >> jimmy: yeah. you trust that i didn't stack the deck? >> i mean, we can shuffle again if you want. >> jimmy: no, i'm good. i don't want to. i am good, too. ready? sure you don't want to switch? [ laughter ] >> okay. >> jimmy: want to go back? >> no. >> jimmy: one, two, three. oh, ha-ha. [ cheers and applause ] no hesitation there at all. >> none. >> jimmy: it is cold. >> is it cold? >> jimmy: oh, it's ice cold. all right, here we go. >> yeah. >> jimmy: one, two, three. [ uncomfortable laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. it's going to go right off like a duck's back going to go right off the top of your head. right off the top of your head. oh, yeah. it's good. all right. one, two, three.
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>> yeah! did i get any on you? >> jimmy: no. no, no, no, no, no, no, no. that was a good one. >> shame. >> jimmy: you got one of the roots. one, two, three. >> not wasting that one. [ cheers and applause ] sorry. >> jimmy: the second one got me good. went up my nose. that was a good one. went right down. here we go. one, two -- war. now, in a war, what we do is we we take three cards off the top. one, two, three. and then whoever wins this gets to dump this pitcher of water on the other one. >> okay. >> jimmy: from there. >> so this is it? it has nothing to do with it? >> jimmy: no. one, two, three, go. >> i'm so sorry. and yet i'm not at all.
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[ cheers and applause ] i'm sorry, man. >> jimmy: this is what it looks like when i work out for like ten minutes. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] all right, you have two glasses left. >> okay. >> jimmy: one, two, three. come on! >> are aces high? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a little half throw. >> okay. sorry. i really -- >> jimmy: like a water park. i'm getting killed here. all right, one more. you sure you don't want to switch decks? >> you want to switch decks? >> jimmy: no, now i'm assuming the cards are now in my favor. one, two, three.
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yeah! >> okay. there you go. >> jimmy: oh! that is so good. [ laughter ] i forgot to throw it. sorry, my bad. >> you know what, i -- for the record as well, just so everyone knows, i'm going to a a premiere after this and i don't think i brought more underwear. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i could let you borrow a pair of underwear. you wear my underwear to your premiere. [ laughter ] one, two, three. yeah. >> woo-hoo! >> jimmy: here we go. come on. i'm on a roll. one, two, three. yeah! thank you so much for coming. [ laughter ] the movie comes out november-- >> november 25th. "victor frankenstein." >> jimmy: thank you. "victor frankenstein." here we go.
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all right. last one. whoever wins this gets to water cannon the other guy. >> oh [ bleep ] [ drumroll ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy:: pump it up. >> pump it. >> jimmy: like velcro. >> oh, no. >> jimmy: all right, ready? >> yeah. >> jimmy: one, two, three. >> oh, war. >> jimmy: war. oh, my gosh. one, two, three. >> one, two, three >> jimmy: here we go. >> this is it. >> jimmy: this is it, right here. for the cannon, yeah? go. >> oh! >> jimmy: so good to see you. >> so good to see you, too. >> jimmy: you're the best, man. ♪ oh, my gosh. yeah, that's what i'm talking about, right there. put your head down. put your head down. i'll get the top of your head. ♪ my thanks to daniel radcliffe, right there. go see "victor frankenstein" in theaters wednesday, november
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. it's good to be back. it's good to be dry. feels so good. guys, our next guest is a a best-selling author and one of the uk's top wildlife presenters. ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the show animal expert, chris packham. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my god. that is giant. hello. welcome, welcome, welcome. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: yeah, please. thank you for being here. now, is that a porcupine on your lap or are you just happy to see me? [ laughter ] i had to say it. i had to say it. >> you had to say it. i'm happy to see you, and yes, it is.
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it's an african crested porcupine. i'm going to give it something to nibble here. >> jimmy: sure. yeah, yeah. >> see if it wants to have a a little nibble. these animals are rodents. they're closely related to rats and mice. >> jimmy: yeah, they're like giant rats. >> look what they have done tothemselves. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: does that hurt, what just happened? >> i mean. >> jimmy: or are you okay? [ laughter ] >> the thing is, you see, do you mind giving him that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, he's gonna chomp down on that. >> they've highly modified their hairs into a really efficient means of defense. they have 30,000 very sharp barbed spines. so, if they're confronted by a a predator and in their natural environment, that would be something like a hyena, a a leopard, or a lion, they can't shoot them out. that's a misconception. they can't fire them. >> jimmy: okay, they can't fire their hairs. no. >> no. [ light laughter ] their spines, their spines. >> jimmy: their spines, sorry. >> but they will push them into you. so if she gets a bit upset, then i've got a big problem to be honest with you. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, okay, yeah. >> quick, give us some more food. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. yeah, i don't want to get her upset.
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no, no. go ahead and give the -- yeah. oh, my gosh. that is a giant rat. it's really unbelievable. [ laughter ] i love the spines too. it's kinda slicked back almost like elvis. >> no, it's not. the thing is, it's down like trump now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. that's what i was thinking of. looks like donald trump. >> it's down like trump. if it goes to elvis quiff, that's when they're a little bit upset. >> jimmy: that's when you know they're upset. >> but they're fabulous animals can you smell her? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i thought that was you. i haven't, no. i was just like oh, u're wearing something different. >> an opportunity like this mustn't be missed. this could be the only time you get a chance to sniff an african crested porcupine. [ light laughter ] go on, have it. >> jimmy: okay, i'm doing it. >> go on. awe, it's beautiful. it's beautiful. [ light laughter ] smell the ear. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. no, no, you're weird now. now you're getting weird. [ laughter ] now you're getter weird. what else do we have. smell the ear. >> okay. let's swap. >> jimmy: wow, wow, wow. okay. >> swap the hand grenade. >> jimmy: careful.
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>> so, this beautiful animal here. >> jimmy: wow. [ audience ohs ] >> now this is a real beauty. this is the second largest -- i think it can smell porcupine. this is the second largest lizard in the world. it's an asian water monitor. [ laughter ] they get up to about 40 pounds. >> jimmy: oh, my god. look at that tongue. >> and a couple of meters long. and they've got this extraordinary tongue which they use for finding their prey. now in the wild, fairly small birds, small mammals, reptiles. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's just stopping and staring right at me. that's what i was saying, like, i don't come off as a predator, do i? no. >> do you know why they have a a forked tongue, snakes and lizards? >> jimmy: no, i don't. >> well, it's so they can taste the direction that the smell is coming from. when they stick it out and it whafs around. if there's more scent coming from this direction, then it knows that's the direction that the smell is coming from. so that's why snakes and lizards have these sort of forked tongues. what we have learned about these animals recently is although we have 5,000 different species of lizard and we thought only two of them were venomous, the gila
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monster and the beaded lizard here in the united states and mexico, we now know that 500 species are venomous, including this one. [ laughter ] so this is -- >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here. >> i won't ask you to smell -- [ laughter ] i won't ask you to smell the monitor. >> jimmy: no, i don't want to smell this monitor, thank you. >> but i have to you that tthe venom is only there to help digest the prey. >> jimmy: oh, of course, yeah. >> not to kill it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm gonna toss the monitor across here. >> jimmy: either way, i appreciate you bringing that venomous animal here. thank you so much. >> hold on. she's got me in the, in an important area. now i'm going to get on the ground, jimmy. if you want to come around here for the next animal. >> jimmy: okay. >> because this is something very, very special indeed. these are a pair of spotted hyena. [ audience aws ] >> come on, come on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you gonna, are we gonna fight each other? what's gonna happen? >> no, they're cool. this is a young male, about three months old. he's quite frisky. this is a female, about six
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months old. >> jimmy: oh, my god. what a beautiful animal. >> they're beautiful. now they look like a dog. in fact they're more closely related to cats or even closer to mongoose. and of course they have a a terrible reputation. they have a reputation for being a horrible scavenging animal, but 95% of the things that they eat, they actually kill for themselves. they're highly social. they live in groups of up to about 90 individuals. and i'd like you to meet her because you smelled the porcupine. now it's the hyena. [ laughter ] so if you go right down, jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> come on, trust me. we've known each other for five minutes, come on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. i now what's gonna happen. i'm going to end up spooning with you. and it's just gonna go different way. >> tip your head down. tip your head down in a a submissive fashion. [ laughter ] and i'll see if she -- [ applause ] she may want to come over. but this is a very special animal. to see one like this, and look now, chilling out on your carpet. >> jimmy: i mean, that's the coolest thing ever. [ audience aws ] >> i'm points out of ten, jimmy?
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>> jimmy: ten. >> ten. >> jimmy: yeah, ten out of ten. >> good man. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: quills. >> look at the ears. and they're really intelligent, too. >> jimmy: have you smelled the ears? [ laughter ] >> i haven't smelled them yet. >> jimmy: no, don't, don't, don't. don't do it. don't do it. >> these have been tested at duke university. and they were found to be in some trials more intelligent than chimpanzees. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: well i appreciate you bringing them here. >> so this is an animal with a a bad reputation, which is really, really beautiful. really beautiful. >> jimmy: i'm going to crawl back away. [ laughter ] >> okay. >> jimmy: and then, oh, you have one more thing for us? >> one more thing. let's swap over to our last animal. thank you very much. >> jimmy: that is fantastic. >> wow. what about that? >> jimmy: these are the -- i mean, thank you. >> jimmy: these are all fantastic things. this is why i love having this job. you get to meet these fun animals and they don't bite me, and it's just great. [ laughter ] >> haven't bit me yet either. >> jimmy: no, good, i'm happy, yeah. >> only one. only one. okay, let's have the last animal. this is a black vulture. it comes from the national aviary in pittsburgh. it's a great place. they teach people about all of
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these birds. and it's going to fly to you, jimmy. >> jimmy: it's gonna fly to me? >> so what i would like you to do is come around the side, take your place up in the audience. >> jimmy: yeah, let's do it. >> i'll tell you a couple things about it, and it's going to fly up there. keep your nerve. >> jimmy: okay, oh, my god. [ cheers and applause ] hello, how are you? >> good. how are you? >> jimmy: nice to meet you. >> so you're going to put your hand in this slot. >> okay, now. >> jimmy: okay. >> and then your gonna hold it out to the side. >> these birds are really successful. >> and she's going to land on it. >> there's about 20 million pairs in the world. about 10% of the population is here in the u.s. they will forage in families and they will, unlike some vultures which are purely scavengers, actually attack and kill their own prey. >> jimmy: it won't land on anyone in the audience and attack and try to kill someone. no. [ light laughter ] >> the key thing jimmy is the legs. >> jimmy: everyone stay still. >> do you see the white legs? >> jimmy: yes, the white legs. >> do you know what that is? >> jimmy: feet? [ laughter ] >> to cool themselves down when they get really hot, t defecate on their own leg as it evaporates it cools them down. anyways, call it over. it will land on you right now.
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>> jimmy: come on over, vulture. [ laughter ] come here. come here. hi. [ screams ] >> come on, come on, come, on. there you go, good girl. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh, all right. let's make sure their feet are cool. make sure their feet are cool. chris packham, everybody. oh, my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for coming here. ellie goulding performs for us next. stick around. thank you vulture. hi, vulture. it's beautiful thing, oh my gosh. [ applause ] ♪ hey there, tiny...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, turn your tvs up! get the dance party ready to go. my pal, our musical guest tonight, just released her third album, "delirium," and announced a big u.s. tour kicking off in april. performing her new single, "on my mind," please welcome ellie goulding! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh eh it's a little dirty ♪ ♪ how the whole
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thing started i don't even really know what you intended ♪ ♪ thought that you were cute and you could make me jealous poured it down ♪ ♪ so i poured it down next thing that i know i'm in the hotel with you ♪ ♪ you were talking deep like it was mad love to you you wanted my heart but i just liked ♪ ♪ your tattoos poured it down so i poured it down and now i don't ♪ ♪ understand it you don't mess with love you mess with the truth ♪ ♪ and i know i shouldn't say it but my heart don't understand ♪ ♪ why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ but my heart don't understand why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ aha aha aha aha
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♪ nowi always hear always hear them talking ♪ ♪ talking 'bout a girl 'bout a girl with my name saying that i hurt you but i still don't get it ♪ ♪ you didn't love me no not really wait i could have ♪ ♪ really liked you i'll bet i'll bet that's why i keep on thinking 'bout you ♪ ♪ it's a shame it's a shame you said i was good so i poured it down ♪ ♪ so i poured it down ♪ now i don't understand it you don't mess with love you mess with the truth ♪ ♪ and i know i shouldn't say it but my heart don't understand ♪ ♪ why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ but my heart don't understand why i got you on my mind you think ♪ ♪ you know somebody why i got you on my mind you think you know somebody why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ you think you know somebody why i got you on my mind you got yourself
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in a dangerous zone ♪ ♪ cause we both have the fear fear of being alone and i still don't ♪ ♪ understand it you don't mess with love you mess with the truth and my heart don't ♪ ♪ understand it understand it understand it no no no no no no ♪ ♪ why i got you on my mind you think you know somebody why i got you on my mind you think ♪ ♪ you know somebody why i got you on my mind you think you know somebody why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ but my heart don't understand why i got you on my mind you think ♪ ♪ you know somebody why i got you on my mind you think you know somebody ♪ ♪ why i got you on my mind you think you know somebody why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ but my heart don't understand why i got you on my mind you think ♪ ♪ you know somebody
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♪ why i got you on my mind you think you know somebody why i got you on my mind ♪ ♪ you think you know somebody ♪ ♪ why i got you my mind ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. come on. that's fantastic. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> jimmy: please. ellie goulding! "delirium" is out now. pick it up. "delirium." we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to daniel radcliffe, animal expert, chris packham, ellie goulding. [ cheers and applause ] it's an all british show tonight. jonathan ross is freaking out right now. christian mcbride right there, and the roots. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. buh-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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